- 2017 37th Street Road and 37th Street Bridge Reconstruction
- 2017 Municipal State Aid Project - Texas Avenue
- 2017 Pavement Management and Connect the Park
- 2017 Sidewalk, Bikeway & Trail
- 2017 Utica Avenue
- 2016 MSA - Flag Avenue and Quentin Avenue
- 2016 Pavement Management and Connect the Park Sidewalks
- 2016 Proposed Projects
- 2016 Sanitary Sewer Lining Project
- Bass Lake Restoration Project
- Connect the Park Sidewalks, Trails and Bikeways
- Highway 100 Reconstruction
- Oregon Pond Rehabilitation Project
updated: Thursday, September 22, 2016
The purpose of the project is to address basic infrastructure deficiencies, improve interchange safety at both Highway 7 and Minnetonka Boulevard, and to improve the traffic operations of Highway 100 through improvements such as modifying ramp acceleration/merging spacing, and widening the highway to include three lanes in each direction. In addition...
updated: Wednesday, August 24, 2016
As required by state law, the City of St. Louis Parks Engineering Department uses the competitive-bidding process for certain contracts estimated to cost over $100,000. Generally, the competitive-bidding process involves publication of an advertisement to solicit sealed bids and an award of the contract to the "lowest responsible bidder"...
updated: Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Week of September 12:
The city anticipates the contractor to work on construction and punch list items this week. These include grouting storm sewer catch basins and manholes, tree trimming, installation of pedestrian crosswalk markings, and general clean up and street sweeping.
Hardrives Construction is anticipating completion by the end of this week or first part of next week.
We appreciate your continued patience during our construction on Flag Avenue.
6.22.16 Construction Letter
Map - Flag Avenue from Cedar Lake Road to Franklin Avenue
Map - Quentin Avenue from West Frontage Road to Cedar Lake Road
09.08.15 Survey Notice
01.21.16 Open House Letter
Joe Shamla | Senior Engineering Project Manager
City Hall | 5005 Minnetonka Blvd. | St. Louis Park, MN 55416
P: 952.924.2656 | firstname.lastname@example.org
updated: Monday, September 26, 2016
We will be providing updates on the city’s website and via the city notification system, Constant Contact. Email will be the primary way that we communicate project updates to you. Please sign up on the city’s construction website (Click on “Sign up for Updates” and select “2016 Pavement Management & Connect the...
updated: Monday, August 22, 2016
The city uses a process known as Cured in Place Pipe relining, or CIPP. This process allows the city to clean, repair and re-inforce the pipeline without digging up the street and installing new lines. The process will have an impact on your sewer service for up to one working day. Services will be restored at the end of the day so homes are not impacted...
updated: Monday, August 08, 2016
Survey crews have started the first step in project development which includes data collection. In the next couple months, you may notice city staff performing inspections, marking utilities and collecting data. The collected information will help in preparing preliminary designs that will establish estimated costs of street, sidewalk and utility improvements...
updated: Thursday, September 15, 2016
Texas Avenue between Highway 7 and Minnetonka Boulevard is proposed for reconstruction during the 2017 construction season. In addition to street reconstruction, CenterPoint Energy is replacing their 24 inch gas main in this segment of road. The city is also evaluating the installation of bike lanes and the conversion to a three lane roadway (two...
updated: Thursday, September 01, 2016
A number of streets in the Sorensen neighborhood have been scheduled for rehabilitation and a number of new sidewalk segments are proposed during the 2017 construction season. In addition, a number of sidewalk segments are proposed to be built to fill in sidewalk connection gaps. A map showing the proposed improvements is below. Both projects are included...
updated: Wednesday, August 03, 2016
Survey crews have started the first step in project development which includes data collection. In the next couple months, you may notice city staff performing inspections, marking utilities and collecting data in your neighborhood. The collected information will help in preparing preliminary designs that will establish estimated costs of street, sidewalk...
updated: Friday, June 24, 2016
Oregon Pond has been scheduled for a proposed rehabilitation project in 2018. The Oregon Pond project is included in the city’s Capital Improvement Program, which has been approved by the City of St. Louis Park City Council. Over the next few months, you may notice survey crews and city staff performing inspections in and around Oregon Pond...
updated: Monday, September 19, 2016
Visit the Hennepin County website to learn about county roadway construction projects.
updated: Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Visit the Minnesota Department of Transportation's website to learn about highway construction projects.